Affiliation: BryanLGH Medical Center
- Sexuality and the person with a stoma: implications for comprehensive WOC nursing practiceJoan Junkin
BryanLGH Medical Center, Lincoln, NE 68506, USA
J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs 32:121-8; quiz 129-30. 2005..Being prepared with specific information and practical interventions can assist in this endeavor. This article targets sexuality issues for a person with an ostomy and provides suggestions for comprehensive nursing interventions...
- The latest in treatments for incontinence in womenJoyce Hinze
Nebr Nurse 39:22-6; quiz 27-8. 2006
- Are pressure redistribution surfaces or heel protection devices effective for preventing heel pressure ulcers?Joan Junkin
The Healing Touch, Inc, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA
J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs 36:602-8. 2009..Heel pressure ulcers are recognized as second in prevalence only to pressure ulcer (PU) on the heel among hospitalized patients, and recent studies suggest their incidence may be higher than even sacral ulcers...
- Prevalence of incontinence and associated skin injury in the acute care inpatientJoan Junkin
BryanLGH Medical Center in Lincoln, NE 68506, USA
J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs 34:260-9. 2007..We examined the prevalence of incontinence and skin injury in areas exposed to incontinence among inpatients at 2 hospitals...
- Beyond "diaper rash": Incontinence-associated dermatitis: does it have you seeing red?Joan Junkin
BryanLGH Medical Center, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA
Nursing 38:56hn1-10; quiz 56hn10-1. 2008..Consistent preventive skin care or treatment may reduce the incidence of IAD. The authors propose using an IAD classification and intervention tool (IADIT) to make detecting and treating IAD easier and more consistent...